September 1, 2015


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Snow Lake plane crash

Plane wreckage in bush about 1 km from the runway in Snow Lake. (Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press)
Ross Peden, Regional Investigator with the Transportation  Safety Board of Canada, at a news conference in the Snow Lake Town Office. (Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press)
Map at Snow Lake town hall shows site of crash.
The Cessna 208 Caravan had just left Snow Lake and was on its way to Winnipeg when it crashed about 10 a.m. Sunday. (Transportation Safety Board of Canada)
Pilot and local resident Mark Gogal, son of the company owner Larry Gogal, died in the crash.  (Transportation Safety Board of Canada)
                                (Handout / RCMP)
Seven passengers are in stable condition in hospitals in Winnipeg and northern Manitoba today after a plane crash in Snow Lake on Sunday.  (Transportation Safety Board of Canada)
                                (Handout / RCMP)
Plane wreckage in bush about 1 km from the runway in Snow Lake. - (Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press)
Ross Peden, Regional Investigator with the Transportation Safety Board of Canada, at a news conference in the Snow Lake Town Office. - (Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press)
Map at Snow Lake town hall shows site of crash.
The Cessna 208 Caravan had just left Snow Lake and was on its way to Winnipeg when it crashed about 10 a.m. Sunday. - (Transportation Safety Board of Canada)
Pilot and local resident Mark Gogal, son of the company owner Larry Gogal, died in the crash. - (Transportation Safety Board of Canada)
- (Handout / RCMP)
Seven passengers are in stable condition in hospitals in Winnipeg and northern Manitoba today after a plane crash in Snow Lake on Sunday. - (Transportation Safety Board of Canada)
- (Handout / RCMP)

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